Menuhin, Fischer: Masters of their time
of Beethoven (Violin-Concerto, Piano-Concerto c-Minor, Violin-Romance
No.1), Mozart ( Piano-Voncerto d-minor), Tchaikovsky (Symphony No.6),
Brahms (Symphony No. 4), Mendelssohn (Violin-Concerto in e-Minor).
only Electrola Impression club special edition from the 60s, mono
pressings. 5LP-Box with booklet.
Box: EX to NM. Hardly any detectable wear.
Vinyl: NM. Most likely unplayed.
Booklet: NM. Looks unused.
Shipping is not free! Correct shipping-rates are listed below.
Weight of this package: 1.6 Kg
Shipping as registered airmail-letter (to any destination worldwide):
up to 0.5 Kg: 10.00 $
0.5 to 1.0 Kg: 16.00 $
1.0 to 2.0 Kg: 30.00 $
DHL Small Package for up to 2 Kg (Only offered for European Union!):
DHL standard for 2 up to 5 Kg
European Union: 25.00 $
Rest of Europe: 45.00 $
Rest of World 1 ( USA, Canada, Middle East, North Africa): 52.00 $
Rest of world 2 (all other countries): 60.00 $
DHL standard for 5 up to 10 Kg
European Union: 35.00 $
Rest of Europe: 55.00 $
Rest of World 1 ( USA, Canada, Middle East, North Africa): 65.00 $
Rest of World 2 (all other countries): 80.00 $
Bis 2 Kg: 4,40 € als Maxibrief Plus
Ab 2 bis 10 Kg: 6,50€ als DHL- Paket.
About my record-grading:
records are described as accurately as possible and I will always
prefer a more detailed depiction of the actual
status, but usually I’ll only visually grade the records.
note that old records that were stored in shelves for a long time
might have static noises even if they still look like new.
Professional cleaning will almost always solve that problem.
on records will generally not influence my gradings but if records
appear to have stronger signs of soiling, I will give them a
professional cleaning and playgrade them to get a more objective view
on what their condition is actually like.
demanded per European law, I inform you that this is a private sale
and the article is sold "as it is".
Therefore redemption and refunding guarantees are expressively
excluded. That does, however, not mean that I will not be willing to
go for a mutually satisfying solution in the rare event of you not
being happy with your purchase.